I am looking for a Windows 10 compatible RDP program (i.e. not X11/VNC based) to allow one laptop to act as a KVM for another. (I looked at the list of RDP software on Wikipedia, but most seemed to be VNC clones and last I checked Windows 10's desktop is not X11 based although you can run VcXserve on top of it for some applications like Emacs.)
I have two Windows 10 laptops side-by-side (but one with a semi-broken keyboard, it works, but sometimes you have to push certain keys more than once for them to register, so I am willing to boot it and type in my password, but don't want to use it for actual typing).
So, I would like to use an RDP program to allow the first one to be used as a keyboard/mouse for the other, but I want both screens to be used. The standard windows RDP utility, closes the screen on the laptop being controlled, showing instead the splash screen. I want two screens, one per laptop, two separate OSes, etc (but would prefer some level of file sharing, although I can live with that being done separately).
I would prefer an Open Source program but am willing to buy commercial software if it has licenses for personal (non-commercial) use within my budget.